Arts & Culture

Andre Pater: In a Sporting Light

“Go beyond the mere image, and the painting becomes a ‘matter of light,’” notes sporting art authority Lorian Peralta-Ramos of contemporary sporting artist Andr...
Head of School and Host, Beth Ann Slater with local artist Gail Guirreri-Maslyk and William Ley.

Art of the Piedmont

Written by Dulcy Hooper | Photos by Alexa Wolff The Middleburg Community Center was the place to be Friday, Feb. 24, for the sixth annual art auction and recep...
Felix Birdie is just one of the talented actors in this year's Shakespeare performance.

Shakespeare In The ‘Burg

By Chelsea Moore Photos courtesy of Shakespeare in the Square It began with a play. Genie Ford was attending a performance of Shakespeare’s “Twelth Night” w...
Waterford Concert Series

Waterford Concert Series 2017

Subscriptions and tickets are now on sale for five extraordinary 2017 concerts, the Waterford Concert Series announced today.  The 23rd season of the concert s...
Gomer Pyles

Free-Wheeling, Carpentry & Computers

By Mark Deane | Photo courtesy of Gomer Pyles  Mention “Middleburg,” and often the image that jumps to mind is one of grand old estates, foxhunts, and the trap...
Elizabeth Browning on her sofa with Flush, her cocker spaniel, reading a letter from Robert Browning. The illustration by Edwina is from "Flush of Wimpole Street and Broadway" by Flora Merrill, published in 1933.

Then & There: A Valentine’s story

Photos and story by Richard Hooper “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.” Thus begins one of the most well-known love poems in the English language, ...

The art of “The Country Way”

By Morgan Hensley What does “the country way” mean? For me, the phrase conjures images of rolling hills, grazing horses and the sight and sound of a pack of ho...
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